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Suwannee Democrat. (Live Oak, Fla.) 1897-current, February 05, 1909, Part Two, Image 16

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Synopsis of ProceediBgs at DeFuniak DeFuniakSprings DeFuniakSpriDgs DeFuniakSprings
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DeFuniak Springs Jan O 0 With a alarge alarge alarge
large and enthusiastic attendance the theFlorida theFlorida theFlorida
Florida Baptist convention took up its itsroutine itsrout itsmuiineworkThursdaymorning
muiineworkThursdaymorning rout routine ne work Thursday morning Among Amongother Amo Amoother Amongother
other matters of interest was a report reporton
on a proposed Baptist sanitarium in inFlorida inFIolida inFlorida
Florida read by Prof F D Moodie ofd of ofLake I ILake
d Lake City a report on the orphanage orphanagethe
the report of Rev B M Bean the su superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
perintendent of the Florida baptist fIap ist or orphanage orphanage orphanage ¬
phanage at Arcadia and the report of ofthe ofthe ofF
F the board of trustees of the orphanage orphanagewere
were also read readJadge readJudge readJudge
Judge E D Beggs of Pensacola of offered offred offered ¬
fered a resQlutibn to the effect that the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee of three be appointed to tocontinue toCOfttinue tocoetinue
continue the effort to procure an amicZ ami amicte amio =
cte cZ o le settlement of the contention be between between between ¬
tween the convention and the trustees trusteesf
of f Stetson university universityAt
At this point Dr B H Dement of off oftf ofof
tf f the Baptist Theological seminary at atLoutevtlle atIoulivllle atLouisville
Loutevtlle was presented to the con conwntion CQntntion conLion
wntion Lion and stated that there were nine nineytung ninetUng nineyang
yang men in the seminary from Flori Florida Fl Florie < > ri riand ¬
da and asked the convention to provide provideto
to part for their support In a few fewmJnotos fewrPAutes few1akwtes
mJnotos about 500 was pledged for fortktf forti fortldt
tktf ti I purpose A resolhtion was offered offeredCAdorsbg offeredadorsing offeredoonmg
CAdorsbg the seminarys action in askiaj ask asking asklie ¬
lie the Baptists of Florida to give give15 givelStoo 15 15OGO
too to the endowment of that instituun instituthn institu institution ¬
tion About 10000 of this amount has hasalready hasalready I Iakwdy
already been given givenThe givenTie givenThe
The rest of the morning session was wasgiven wasben wasgiven
given ben up to evangelism Sunday schools schoolsaid schoolsaid schoolslid
aid Baptist Young Peoples mission missionwork missionwork missionwork
work Dr W V W Hamilton general generalmngelist generalevangelist I
evangelist of the Home Mission Board Boardfew Boardhiia I
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few hiia a number of the best men of the theSouth theSuth I
South th employed for all their time to doangellstic do dofgpngelistic downgelistic
fgpngelistic work and through their theirncies theirfEncies theirnoes
ncies noes thousands are being added to toBaptist toBaptist
te fEncies Baptist churches of the South and andstrong andny andiKnny
iKnny ny strong churches ch rches are being built builtap builtDr builtii
ii ap p Dr I J Yanness of the Sundayehool Sunday SundaySchool I
School bool board and Rev John A Wray Wrayeloquent Wrayli I II
I I li ie eloquent pastor at Live Oak made madewent madeI madeUentaddressea madewent I
went Uentaddressea UentaddresseaAfternOOli addresses addressesAfternoon
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ma W 5 adopted to the effect that the con conjtttka coniF conLion
jtttka iF Lion on considers itself bound to honor honorftlnote oooorm honornote
ftlnote m note for 10000 gives the th Stetson Stetsonuniversity StetsontU Stetsonuniversity
university tU yenity some years ago and that thatsecurities thaturitie thatsecurities
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and it was shown that the institution institutionwas institutionI I
was in a growing condition There bad hacbeen badbeen hadbeen
been three deaths since the last con convention convention convention ¬
vention and over 600 had been paid tc tcbeneficiaries tcbeneficiaries
beneficiaries beneficiariesAfter benefic beneficiariesAfter uie uieAfter I
After the report on aged ministers ministersRev ministersRe ministersRev
Rev Re H C Peelman of Jacksonville Jacksonvillemade Jacksonvillemade
made a touching appeal in behalf oithose ofthose of I Ithose
those old pioneers who had spent their theirlives theirlives I Iearly I Ilives
lives in the service of the cause in the theearly theearly
early years at great sacrifice and with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great hardships and urged the churches churchesto
to make liberal h eral contributions for theirsupport their theirsupport I Isupport
support through the year Several of ofthese ofthese I Ithese
these old servant of the church were werepresent werepr werepresent
present pr Sent and were introduced to the con convention convention ¬ I Ivention
vention and greatly interested the contention con convention conyention ¬
vention by the relating of some experi experiences experiences ¬
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Evening Session SessionAt ion ionAt
At the evening session the features featureswere
were a presentation of the laymens laymensmovement laymensmovement j jmovement
movement and a discussion of ofthe the tem temperance temperance ¬ i
perance question Prof J T Hender Henderson HenderI HenderIIon ¬
son of Bristol Tenn traveling secre secretary secretary ¬
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tary of the movement movementmsde made an earnest earnestaddress earnestaddress earnestaddress
address on the importance of the lay laymens laymens ¬ j jI jmens I
mens movement It was one of the thebest thebest
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best things of the entire convention conventionand
and was warmly received He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that in these latter days a preacher preacherwas
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was becoming laymanized layman zed and the lay layman layman layman ¬
man was becoming preacherized Hewas He Hewas i iwas
was glad that the time had came when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the preacher took a commonsense commonsensebusiness commonsensebusiness i
business view of thingsa man among amongmenand amongmenand amongmenand
menand when the layman was beginning begin beginning beginI beginIning ¬
ning to realize and fill his place in the thechurch thechurch II IIchurch
church as a helper to the pastor pastorRev pastorRev pastorRev
Rev M A Clouts of Jacksonville Jacksonvilleread I
read an excellent report on temperance temperancewhich temperancewhich I
which called on the t e convention to take takestrong takestrong takestrong
strong grounds for statewide prohibi prohibition ¬
tion and supported it with a strong strongeloquent strongeloquent I I II
eloquent address The convention conventionpassed conventionpassed I
passed resolutions calling for the ap appointment appointment appointment ¬
pointment of a committee of five to tocooperate tocooperate tocooperate
cooperate with other committees committeesfrom committeesfrom
from similar bodies to memorialize the theFlorida theFlorida1egi1ature theFlorida
Florida1egi1ature Florida legislature to pass a resolutionsubmitt resolution resolution5ubraitt resolutiosubmit
submit l g Ito to the people of Florida Floridaaconstitutional a aonstitetx aconatitutio
constitutional onstitetx ftl l aroeixiraeatembodying aroeixiraeatembodyingstate amendm embodying embodyingstate
state prohibitionDr prohibition prohibitionDr p tioa
Dr G A NuDMlly of Columbia col college college ¬
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C M Brittain of Lake City as editors editorsof I Iof
of the Florida Baptist Witness for a aterm aterm aterm
term of three years Plans for the thepublication thepublication J Jpublication
publication of the paper have not been beenmatured beenmatured beenmatured
matured but it is believed that it will willbe willi willbe
be published from Jacksonville JacksonvilleThe
The state board of missions held ses sessions sessions ¬ I
sions during the week and laid out the thework thework I Iwork
work for the year year They transacted a alarge alarge I Ilarge
large amount of routine business and andmade andmade andmade
made appropriations amounting to some I
10000 for mission work in the state stateAn stateAn stateAn
An advance step was made when aSunday a aSunday aSunday
Sunday school and B Y P U evan evangelist evangelist evangelist ¬
gelist was employed on salary for full j jtime i itime itime
time to stimulate this work through throughthe I Ithe
the states statesThe statesThe I IThe
The convention adjourned Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night and many of the messengers left lefton lefton
on Thursday nights nig ts train The session ses session sesesian ¬
sion though not so largely 1arg ly attended attendedwas
was one of the most harmonious andprofitable and andprofitable I Iprofitable
profitable meetings in the history of ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida Baptists BaptistsMILTONS BaptistslIILTOXS Baptists3IILTO t
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Milton Fla Jan 31The 31 The most dis i iastrous i iastr0u6 rastroue
astrous fire that ver oecurred fa Mil Milton j jton
ton started about415 oclock thismorn this mom moming j iing jing
ing entailing a loss of about 100000 100000with j jwith I
with about 60000 insurance The fire firestarted firestarted I Istarted
started in Fishers Cos store and andwith andwith
with a heavy northwest wind blowing blowingdestroyed blowingdestroyed blowingdestroyed
destroyed Fisher Cos dry good stock stockand j jand
and building H M Jernigans drug drug1store drugstore I Istore
store Hamilton Co grocers T W WJones WJones WJones
Jones Co dry goods Cohen Bro Brodry I Idry tdry
dry goods J M Cooper furniture furnitureChaffins furnitureChafins
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and then turned across the t e street and anddestroyed anddestroyed 1
destroyed Lawyer T F Wests office officeand iand I Iand
and contents J F Smith furniture furnitureSanta furnitureSanta I
Santa Rosa Star office oi ce Paynes jewelry jew jewelry jewelry
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Milton Drug Company First National Nationalbank Natio Nationalbank l lbanlc
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by a number J of doctors and lawyers R RM Rht
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